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N.C. men fighting for patients’ rights to medical marijuana

By William R. Toler Two men. Two cases. One plant. One cause. Although separated by 140 miles, Todd Stimson and Robert Dorr are fighting the same fight in the courts: the right of all people to use cannabis as a … Continue reading

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Medical cannabis advocate arrested

By William R. Toler Medical cannabis activist Robert Dorr wanted to get arrested. Wednesday night, he got his wish. His brother tells the Independent Register that Dorr was arrested Wednesday evening and is, at the time of this writing, in … Continue reading

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Medical marijuana advocates support Stimson

By William R. Toler HENDERSONVILLE, NC– “Different strains for different pains.” That was one of the chants shouted outside the Henderson County Courthouse Friday as nearly two dozen people came out to support Todd Stimson and medical marijuana. Most supporters … Continue reading

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Rapper arrested over canned tea

By William R. Toler A video posted on YouTube last week made its rounds across the internet Thursday featuring a man being hassled then arrested…over a can of tea. The video starts with a man identified as Xstrav (identified by … Continue reading

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PINAC founder ‘Not Guilty’

By William R. Toler What is a “real” journalist? According to Miami prosecutors, apparently a “real” journalist is one that doesn’t question the police. And apparently, police and prosecutors don’t think Carlos Miller is a real journalist, as he told … Continue reading

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Updates: Raub released, Ademo appeals

By William R. Toler One week after being detained, a former Marine can return to his Virginia home. Thursday, a judge ordered the release of Brandon Raub, who had been shuffled between two psychiatric wards since his “arrest” Aug. 16 … Continue reading

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Update: Ademo found guilty

By William R. Toler Adam Mueller, known among the liberty crowd in “the Shire” as Ademo Freeman, was found guilty Monday of three felony counts of wiretapping by a New Hampshire jury. The founder of Cop Block was sentenced to one … Continue reading

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Cop Block founder faces 21 years for attempting accountability

By William R. Toler A political activist faces a possibility of 21 years in a cage for asking questions and recording answers. Adam Mueller, affectionately known as Ademo Freeman, is charged with three counts of felony wiretapping for recording conversations … Continue reading

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High-profile defendants rejecting plea deals

By Clyde Voluntaryist Never Take a Plea John Edwards did it. So did Roger Clemens. They both rejected plea deals. John Edwards’ plea deal included serving time in federal prison. Roger Clemens rejected a plea deal that would have spared … Continue reading

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Man sentenced for pamphleteering

By William R. Toler A Florida man will be spending some time in jail for activity that is usually allowed outside a courthouse. Mark Schmidter was found guilty of “indirect criminal contempt” Tuesday for passing out pamphlets in Orlando during … Continue reading

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No cameras in Keene court

By William R. Toler A New Hampshire judge has banned the use of cameras and other recording equipment in the Cheshire County. According to FreeKeene.com, an administrative judge from the Circuit Court issued an “unsigned” order Friday that places a … Continue reading

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You can dance if you want to

By Eric Voliva Dance: Movement of the body, usually rhythmic, used as a form of expression. This definition of one of the most natural forms of self expression covers everything from a formal ballroom waltz to a simple nodding of … Continue reading

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Corrupt Craven clerk of court?

By William R. Toler It’s been six months and Kenyatta Burrus is still trying to figure out why she was arrested…and fired. The former deputy clerk of court was arrested April 23 and charged with second degree trespass. The arrest … Continue reading

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